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Out on Cherry Creek

The Hi-Line Wrangler Team Roping

Championships Qualifier was held this past

Saturday and Sunday at the Cherry Creek

Roping Club, attracting cowboys and cowgirls

from several states and Canada. And why not,

considering it paid out over $41,000 in cash

(close to $45,000 in cash and prizes combined).

Over 300 competitors combined to form 777

teams over the two-day fling. The Wrangler

Team Roping Championships is operated by

Dennis Tryan (he's the father of Travis, Clay

and Brady Tryan, all three currently ranked in

the top 10 as headers in the world standings).

While this is the fifth straight year Cherry Creek

Roping Club has hosted this event, there are

60 qualifiers held throughout the northwestern

U.S. leading up to the Wrangler Team Roping

Championship Finals which will be held in

Billings September 28-October 3, 2010.

Above: Saco's Randy Taylor takes his dally and begins turning

the steer for his heeler. Below: #6 Cactus Saddle winners were

heeler Peter Pingert and header Jake Beard who also split

$2,334. Pictured in the presentation are Macy Klind, Pingert,

saddle sponsor Scott Aberg, 12-year-old Beard and Scott Klind.

"This Beard kid is a name to keep an eye on," says Macy.


Everyday 4:00, 7:00 B 920 pm

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Letter to the Editor

Do we want fireworks next year?

To the Editor,

Some of the signals indicate it may be time to poll

all parties who wish to speak out on whether we should

continue the 4th of July aerial night fireworks display.

We had $4,500 in the bank from last year; we

collected $2,500 this year. The fireworks display cost

$5,000 and $100 in gas money to pick up the display in

6.

Glendive.

Twelve-to-fifteen volunteer firemen volunteered

approximately eight hours each to make the night

presentation. 1 asked for volunteers to assist in the

collection of funds and got not one response. Jeff Knodel

and his daughter and six of my family members handled

the collection.

If you want to continue this program, we need names

and phone numbers of volunteers for the collection of

funds and your response "YES" to continue or "NO" to

drop the program.

Mail your immediate response to:

Gene Hartsock

#I9 Turning Wheel Court

Glasgow, MT 59230

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Sincerely,

Gene Hartsock

Randy lsakson

208 8th Street South

Glasgow, MT 59230

+ - children's And Community Fair

"~reak The silence To End violence"

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Loads of Kids games with tons of excrttng prtzes.

Wde. 'Reswm the Cage" MaKe a Child I.D. Card.

Sign up For: The Barrle of TheBands,' and the

'Anti-Violence Video Contest. * Learn how to play safe

in the water. gm your face painted, fly a glider, and

play in the ball pit.

Sponsored by:

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FARMERS MARKET: Fresh

new potatoes, peas, onions,

kohlrabi, baked goods, jams

&jellies. Produce added each

week when ready. Coffee

pot is always on. Spaces

still available. SATURGAY,

STARTING AT 8 AM. RED

ROCK PLAZA, FT. PECK

HWY.

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5 PARTY YARD SALE:

Household items, small

appliances, new curtains

& sheers, & lots of misc.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 8AM-

? ALLEY'S PALACE.

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FOR RENT: Storage units

in Nashua. 21 112' x 13'. $80

month, CALL 406-945-1533.

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HOUSE FOR SALE IN

FORT PECK: 3-bedroom,

full basement, single garage.

Has been well maintained with

extras such aschain link fenced

backyard, sprinkler system,

mature trees, new bathroom,

central air & more. Asking

$1 50,000. RZ Realty, Plains

Plaza Bldg., 263-8352.

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FOR SALE: Farm fire truck.

1976 GMC Pickup with 250

gallon fiber tank-Honda pump.

Asking $1750. CALL 263-

8400.

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FOR SALE: 1998 Crestliner

17' Superhawk, 11 5HP

Mariner, Minkota auto pilot

bow mount, marine band

radio, 2 fish finders, 3 new

batteries, much more. Call

263-4306.

July 2-8 1

FOR SALE: A 3 day, 2 night

getaway to Las Vegas! Rooms

only. Need to be used by July

31. ONLY $115. Regular price,

$1 60. Call 263-5357.

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CONTRACTORS

OPEN HOUSE: Bennett

Development, 36 JET DRIVE.

Saturday, July 1 Oth,10 AM-1 2

Noon. Come walk through,

see the quality of work, and

meet the Bennetts.

valley County Transit

Payment 8 reservation must be made by July 6


FWP Commission met today

The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission met

today in Helena. Among the agenda items to be discussed was

the South Glasgow Conservation Easement (CE) Proposal.

The Montana Glaciated Plains Milk River Conservation

and Restoration State Wildlife Grant was approved in

December 2006. It's objective is to "place 10,000 acres within

the Milk River Riparian Zone under conservation easements,

or other appropriate strategies, to conserve fish and wildlife

communities including game and nongame species." This

effort, called The Milk River Initiative, meshes perfectly

with the habitat objectives of the Upland Game Bird Habitat

Enhancement Program.

The 324-acre South Glasgow Project is located 1 mile

south of Glasgow along the Milk River in Valley County.

The property is managed for grain production. One parcel

extends along 0.3 miles of the Milk River and the other parcel

includes 2 oxbows approximately 0.75 miles in length. The

mix of fields and riparian cover, and the adjacent Milk River,

makes this ranch important to white-tailed deer, pheasants,

waterfowl, fish, two threatenedlendangered Species, six

Montana species of concern.

Standardconservation easement covenants would protect

native habitats along the Milk River and the two oxbows.

Extensive habitat enhancements would be implemented to

expand riparian zones and increase cover throughout the

grain fields, primarily for pheasants. Habitat enhancements

would represent UGHEP projects that are not held for a

short term as done with standard UGHEP projects, but in

perpetuity. Acquisition of a CE will guarantee free public

access to this ranch and to the Milk River for hunting, fishing

and other types of public recreation. The Brazil Creek and

Lower Brazil Creek CEs are located along the Milk River 3

miles west of the South Glasgow CE Project.

The South Glasgow Project CE proposal has not yet

been subjected to public comment. If the FWP Commission

endorses this action an environmental assessment,

management plan and socioeconomic analysis will be

prepared and made available to the public for a 21-day

comment period. In addition, a public hearing will be held

in Glasgow.

Proposed Action: FWP to purchase, hold, enhance and

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monitor a South Glasnow Proiect CE.

No Action Alternative: The ranch could be sold to

a recreational buyer with no guaranteed preservation of

existing agricultural values, wildlife habitat or public access,

or the opportunity for habitat enhancement.

Agency Recommendation & Rationale: FWP

recommends approval by the FWP Commission to proceed

with purchasing a South G1asgow Project CE using FWP's

UGBEP funds in conjunction with SWG funds.

Proposed Motion - Support FWP's recommendation to

purchase a conservation easement on this property.

Recoring U

Open House

Tuesday, July 13

I Dlnlncr Hours Open

From old museum building to new

The Children's Museum will be having another work

day on Saturday, July 10th from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. if anyone

is available to help. The contents of the old Museum will be

moved down to the new Museum building (Penny's). Meet

up at the old Museum on Hwy 2 East at 1Oa.m.

5,"'-

Thank you to each and everyone

of you for making our anniversary

celebration into such a great day!

Thank you for all the cards, plants,

flowers, and good wishes.

Drawing winners:

Flowers: Barry Sain

Smiley (Johnston) Clark

Sheri Richardson

Pro Flo Faucet: Betty Vegge

Pro Flo Stool: Marvin Barstad

Lennox Pure Air: LeRoy Sief

Thank you again,

All of at

Dale Plumbing & Heating

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47 Kelly Bahls ....................... Sidney, MT

Tim Mogser - ....................... Sidney, MT

1 Marvin Johnson ................ Sidney, MT 24 Harlyn Olson ..................... Richey, MT 48 Robert Nygaard ............. Ft. Peck, MT

Don Johnson .............. Great Falls, MT Clinton Volbrecht .............. Richey, MT Danny Nygaard ............ Cut Bank, MT

2 Mike Gibbs .................... Glendive, MT 25 Andy Hicks .................... Glasgow, MT 49 Ron McNary .................. Williston, ND

Aspen Gibbs ................. Glendive, MT Steve Schindler .............. Glasgow, MT Shaquille Bankston (Governor's Team), TN

3 Georgia Gibbs-Atkinson ... Poplar, MT 26 Brent Smith .................... Williston, ND 50 Landon Holte ................. Ft. Peck, MT

Jamie Atkinson ................. Poplar, MT Troy Johnson ................. Williston, ND Casey Holte ................... Mandan, ND

4 Roger D. Johnston ........... Billings, MT 27 Craig Teal ............... Detroit Lakes, MN 51 Craig Hallock ................. Glasgow, MT

Loise Johnston ................ Billings, MT Keeley Montgomery ..... Miles City, MT Chuck Emerson ........ Kettle Falls, WA

5 Todd Aune ...................... Glasgow, MT 28 Jack Shanstrom .............. Billings, MT 52 Jay Erickson ...................... Wolf Point

Paul Aune ,......................

Glasgow, MT Darrel Johnson .................. Hardin, MT Ted Toavs .................... Wolf Point, MT

6 Don Baker .................. Lake Elmo, MN 29 Dave Burg ..................... Williston, ND 53 Ben Unterseher ............. Glasgow, MT

John Hooper ................ Bozeman, MT Kevin Miller .................... Glasgow, MT Jeff Unterseher ............. Glendive, MT

7 Gary Feland Jr. .................. Shelby, MT 30 Michael Johnson ................ Leigh, NE 54 Todd Dooley ..................... Sidney, MT

Curt Stene ........................... Kevin, MT Sheryl Johnson ................... Leigh, NE Randy Hurst ................... Fairview, MT

8 Daryl Belik ........................... Tioga, ND 31 Jerry Tade ...................... Glasgow, MT 55 Todd Riggs .................... Glasgow, MT

James Sandbeck, E. Grand Forks, MN John French .................... Nashua, MT Ken Schmidt .................. Glasgow, MT

9 Eddie Mindt .................... Lambert, MT 32 Audie Simpson .................. Saco, MT 56 Mark Jones ...................... Billings, MT

Gary Mindt ..................... Fairview, MT Paul Dull ...................... Hinsdale, MT Bill Legate .............. Grand Rapids, MI

10 Shane Morse ................... Billings, MT 33 Bob Klein ......................... Billings, MT 57 Denny Mailey ................... Billings, MT

Kenny Kepp ...................... Hardin, MT Bob Meiers ..................... Glasgow, MT Dan Wetzel .................... Glasgow, MT

11 Crow Crawford .............. Glasgow, MT 34 Darrell Bocek ............ Ranchester, WY 58 Steve Bell ..................... Glasgow, MT

Ray Crawford ............. Great Falls, MT Paul Verley .................... Sheridan, WY Lisa Ball ......................... Glasgow, MT

12 Wayne Tuttle ...................... Minot, ND 35 Wendi Ross ................. Miles City, MT 59 Bill Dasinger ............... Wolf Point, MT

Tanner Tutle ........................ Minot, ND Anette Thomas ................ Jordan, MT Rob Stovern ................ Wolf Point, MT

13 Leroy Costin ....................... Saco, MT 36 Ernie Olness .................... Billings, MT 60 Whit Rush .................. Wolf Point, MT

Buck Taylor ......................... Saco, MT Brent Olness .................... Billings, MT Carly Rush .................. Wolf Point, MT

14Rick Pokrzywinski .... Watford City, ND 37 Ray Glasoe .................... Glasgow, MT 61 Paul Wemmer ............. Wolf Point, MT

Larry Durand ...................... Minot. ND Shane Rhoads ............... Glasgow, MT Trenton Wemmer ......... Wolf Point, MT

15 Norm Sillerud ................ Glasgow, MT 38 Bill Porter .................... Cheyenne, WY 62 Jamie Olson ..................... Billings, MT

JR Rasmusen ................. Glasgow, MT Al Keffer ...................... Cheyenne, WY Bronson Kelly ................... Billings, MT

16 Levi Sugg ....................... Glasgow, MT 39 Jared Fritz ........................ Billings, MT 63 Craig Karge ................. Wolf Point, MT

Ed Sugg ......................... Glasgow, MT Dennis Miller .................... Gillette, WY Jason Skolrud ................ Glasgow, MT

17 Rob Smith .................... Newtown, ND 40 Kris Keller ................... Wolf Point, MT 64 Scott Sundheim ............. Fairview, MT

Piper Pennington ............ Coweta, OK Charlie Redfield .......... Wolf Point, MT Cindy Sundheim ............ Fairview, MT

18 Carl Seilstad ......................... Roy, MT 41 Mike Haynie ................... Glasgow, MT 65 Darcy Burnell ................. Ft. Peck, MT

Cathy Seilstad ....................... Roy, MT Brandon Hoerster ......... Glasgow, MT Leon Garfiel'd .............. Wolf Point, MT

19 Fuzz Carnahan ................... Malta, MT 42 Eric Esp, ........................ Fishtail, MT 66 Clint Thomas ................... Jordan, MT

Greg Garwood .................... Butte, MT Kyle Palmer ................... Hinsdale, MT Layne Thomas ................. Jordan, MT

20 Marty Oyloe ................... Williston, ND 43 Casey Thomas ................. Jordan, MT 67 Snuff Dahl ...................... Ft. Peck, MT

Jake Hatzenbiler ........... Williston, ND Marvin Loomis ................. Brusett, MT Clay Kittleson ................. Ft. Peck, MT

21 Daniel Kaiser ............. Great Falls, MT 44 Mitch Hall ...................... Glasgow, MT 68 Reg Gibbs ....................... Billings, MT

Gary Baron ................. Great Falls, MT Charlie Long ........................................ Jordan Gibbs ................... Billings, MT

22 Leon Towell ................... Douglas, WY 45 Roamn Bosworth .......... Glendive, MT 69 Wes Miller ....................... Nashua, MT

Clarence Davis .................... Mills, WY Todd Thompson ............ Glendive, MT Jim Miller .............................................

23 Kevin Lynch .................... Huntley, MT 46 Mitch Griebel ................. Glasgow, MT 70 Robert Martin ............... Glasgow, MT

Mike Bloch ......................... Lovell, WY Ron Sanford ............. Watford City, ND Chuck Lawson ............... Glasgow, MT


1. Don Barton 8. Myla Barton (Gillette) - 61.92 Ibs. - $8000

2. Kris Keller (Wolf Point) 8. Charlie Redfield (Butte) - 54.69 - $4000

3. Fuzz Carnahan (Malta) 8. Greg Ganvood (Butte) - 49.88 - $2750

4. Todd Riggs 8. Ken Schmidt (Glasgow) - 47.66 - $2500

5. Ted Toavs 8. Jay Erickson (Wolf Point) -46.09 - $2250

6. Jerad Fritz (Billings) 8. Dennis Miller (Gillette) - 44.9 - $2000

7. Robert Martin 8. Chuck Lawson (Glasgcw) - 38.9 - $1750

8. Eddie Mindt (Lambed) 8. Gar), Mindt (Fairview) - 38.12 - $1150

9. Audie Simpson (Saco) 8. Paul Dull (Hinsdale) - 37.49 - $753

10. Kevin Miller (Glasgow) 8. Dave Burg (Williston) - 36 - $500

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The Village Idiot.. .

Three guys were trying to sneak into the Olympic

Village to scoop souvenirs and autographs. The first says,

"Let's watch the registration table to see if there's a crack in

the security system that we can utilize to scam our way in."

Immediately, a burly athlete walks up to the table and

states, "Angus MacPherson. Scotland. Shotput." He opens his

gym bag to display a shotput to the registration attendant.

The attendant says, "Very good, Mr. MacPherson. Here

is your packet of registration materials, complete with hotel

keys, passes to all Olympic events, meal tickets, and other

information."

The first guy gets inspired and grabs a small tree sapling,

strips off the limbs and roots, walks up the registration table

and states: "Chuck Wagon. Canada. Javelin."

The attendant says, "Very good, Mr. Wagon. Here is

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your packet of registration materials, hotel keys, passes,

meal tickets, and so forth. Good luck!"

The second guy grabs a street utility manhole cover,

walks up to the registration table and states: "Dusty Rhodes,

Australia. Discus."

The attendant says, "Terrific, Mr. Rhodes. Here is your

packet of registration materials, hotel keys, a full set of

passes, and meal tickets. Enjoy yourself."

They scamper in, but suddenly realize their buddy is

missing. They groan, because he's a simpleton from the

Prairie Pothole Region of North Dakota. Thev forgot to

Monday, July 19th at 7:00 p.m. in the conference room

at the Fish Hatchery in Fort Peck, Montana.

The purpose of this meeting is to take public comment prio~

to making a resolution about 1) the scope of construction

of certain improvements, known as "the loop", and 2) about

spending certain District funds, and borrowing monies, as

necessary, for the construction of these improvements.

This Notice is made pursuant to Sections 7-1-2121 and

7-13-2218 of the Montana Code Annotated.

If you have any questions or need more information prior to the

hearing, please contact Shannon Liebelt at the

District Office (526-3529).

barbed wire under his arm and states: "Foster Bean. Bisbee,

Nort-Dakota. Fencing."

by Brad Rath

Due to a lawsuit...

Mighty Orbots is an American/

Japanese super robot animated

series. It was a short-lived program

that only lasted for 13 episodes,

due in part to a lawsuit between the

show's creators and toymaker Tonka,

who accused them of basing the

cartoon on their GoBots franchise..

The program started in September, 1984 and ended in

December, 1985 The episode aired on the ABC network on

Saturday mornings.

The story takes place in the 23rd century. The people of

Earth have banded together along with some peaceful aliens.

A group called Shadow wants to destroy any peaceful group

and take over the entire galaxy. Robots have become the

enforcement agents and the story is built around the battles

against Shadow. Six special robots are able to join together

to form one more powerful robot that becomes the Mighty

Orbot. An unusual element is that some of the robots are

female while others are male. It just seems a bit unusual.

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